Gov. Sonny Perdue announced Wednesday that the state of Georgia will seek a court order this week requiring the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to restrict water flows from Lake Lanier and Georgia's federal reservoirs.
A German manufacturer of diesel engines will open a plant in Pendergrass to remanufacture engines for construction and agricultural machinery.
Some 400 pottery bowls were made by students from Gainesville High School and Brenau University for the Empty Bowls luncheon held Tuesday at First Baptist Church.
The developer of Seasons on Lanier is not having a good financial season, according to information released by the firm's parent corporation. The news apparently has brought activity at the Gainesville development to a halt and left the company's future in doubt.
It's man against mussel in the halls of Congress. In a rare show of bipartisan unity, Georgia's entire congressional delegation fired the latest salvo in the bureaucratic war over water in the drought-parched states of Georgia, Florida and Alabama.
The Hall County Planning Commission grappled Monday night with the question of what is and isn't a road.
On March 30, 1842, Crawford W. Long performed the first surgical operation using ether for general anesthesia. The patient, James Venable, felt no pain when he regained consciousness. Long's fee for the groundbreaking surgery was $2.
Murphy C. Miller, the son of former governor and U.S. Sen. Zell Miller, was named Tuesday to a new Superior Court judgeship in the Enotah Judicial Circuit.
They came wearing outfits ranging from business suits to baggy shorts. Some had an arm load of resumes, others had an arm full of tattoos. They ranged from the very young to those nearing retirement.